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12 January 2015

Possible Antarctic 2km-Wide Ice Impact Crater Found From 2004 Impact Event- 2015 Report

Possible Antarctic 2km-Wide Ice Impact Crater Found From 2004 Impact Event- 2015 Report
Antarctic 2km-Wide Ice Impact Crater Found From 2004 Impact Event Possible meteorite impact site on the King Baudoin Ice Shelf as seen from AWI's Polar 6 aircraft
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Huge circle in Antarctic ice hints at meteorite impact
New Scientist - 5 hours
A 2-kilometre-wide circle of deformed ice discovered in Antarctica may be a site of a large meteorite impact from 2004 ...

Two km wide crater in Antarctica linked to 2004 meteorite impact
International Business Times UK
It has been linked to a 2004 meteor blast detected above this part when a trail of dust was seen 30 km above Antarctica. Alternatively, the scientists are ...

A serendipitous find during an airborne geophysical survey
January 08, 2015 - Interview - by Joseph Cheek
The Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) together with the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) is currently conducting its fourth season of aerial research flights based at the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station in East Antarctica. ...

Meteoritic dust from the atmospheric disintegration of a large meteoroid
Nature 436, 1132-1135 (25 August 2005) | doi:10.1038/nature03881; Received 16 March 2005; Accepted 1 June 2005
...Here we report the disintegration of one of the largest meteoroids to have entered the Earth's atmosphere during the past decade, and show that the dominant contribution to the mass of the residual atmospheric aerosol was in the form of micrometre-sized particles. ,,,



Mysterious ice ring could be meteorite crater
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Mystery Antarctic 'Crater' Could Be House-Sized Meteor Blast | Video
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